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Why stopping producing petrol and diesel cars could change the industry?   [Copy link] 中文

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Oil and gas are a strategic resource for countries not producing them. Wars have been fought and empires built and crumbled over that single resource. The better lifestyle from it being the engine of industry has come at a huge price to silent mother nature. For these two reasons, it makes sense to wean away from O&G dependence. But in the immediate future, not completely. Because to recharge electric batteries, you still need electricity, and power generation by fossil-fuel burning is still the cheapest way to do so compared to say nuclear and hydro. However, not solar, which in tandem with electric can be the most credible clean and green way ahead for all, ie. use solar to charge electric.

And China will lead in all three. Including de-pollutants.

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RENREW Post time: 2017-9-12 09:30
I just thought its worth to mention as well.
The production of one set of modern energy-pack for  ...

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pnp Post time: 2017-9-12 09:32
Move over, petrol and diesel cars,  the electrical car is the way to go!

No, the shared bicycle is.

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This post was edited by HailChina! at 2017-9-13 08:17

China should make some cars that run on compressed air. But this is very stupid. China can't do this ( stop petrol/diesel vehicles ) alone so why even talk about it? Plus nobody would believe it. And on top China opens itself to jokes about Chinese vehicles. What vehicles does China produce anyway? The 'Great Wall ute' the Chery. What else? I think the world can do without Chinese petrol and diesel vehicles. And capitalists will just love it if you close the Chinese market to western vehicle companies.. China is a very stupid nation. Who the hell is in charge anyway? Does anyone actually know? Who approved this nonsense?

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HailChina! Post time: 2017-9-13 08:15
China should make some cars that run on compressed air. But this is very stupid. China can't do this ...

What vehicles does China produce anyway? The 'Great Wall ute' the Chery. What else?


Chinese brands, 71 companies, and this is only sedans, SUV's, MPV's, Microvans and pickups.
I was amazed how many Chinese brands was on the roads when I was in Europe last month.

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1626548377 Post time: 2017-9-13 12:00
What vehicles does China produce anyway? The 'Great Wall ute' the Chery. What else?

Most cars in Sydney are European. And I think you are exaggerating about how many Chinese cars are on the road in Europe. Chinese vehicles are crap and they are also povo so few people want them. Most will get a Korean car if they are on a budget rather than Chinese. Part of the problem is the vehicle names. Great Wall is a pretty crap name and so is Chery. The name of a vehicle brand should not also be the name of some other thing. But yeah - nobody wants a Chinese car..

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1626548377 Post time: 2017-9-13 12:00
What vehicles does China produce anyway? The 'Great Wall ute' the Chery. What else?

There are NO CHINESE cars on Europe's roads - save perhaps in Ukraine and Russia.

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